Hair Color Ideas for the Upcoming Fall 2015
Fall screams for dramatic look! And as it is approaching, our excitement has begun of styling ourselves by different clothes, boots, accessories and all those lovely winter side ups.
In our personality, each and every thing defines and adds up on our looks and become our personal style statement so why not experiment on hair. This is one season in which your boss too would be seen experimenting and somewhere following your styling.
As Celebrities are being the divas of experimenting hair colors from ages so I thought of suggesting my readers that what hair colors are in, this upcoming Fall, 2015.
Brown With Red Accents, Lana Del Rey
Lana Del Rey’s long hair is something every girl would die to have. Her recent pick of Brown hair with red highlights are must try. Beauties with brown hair can easily try it. It just need subjected red colour to mix with brown color so that it could easily go with the brown hair. The main thing to notice hair is that there is a little pinch of redness which is enhancing her highlights.
Bronde (Combination of blonde and brown), Blake Lively
Bronde color is something which whole world is talking about. It is a mixture of brown and blonde and look fabulous on every skin tone. It is easily available in all salons and it little costly. Bronde color looks great if you team it with White or baby pink attire.
Super duper gorgeous Serena aka Blake Lively is said to be trying this color for the first time and making whole world mad by her looks. Even at her wedding she had applied this color.
Creamy Yellow, Nicole Richie
Blonde colour looks beautiful on fair complexions. Ladies with fair complexion can try butter highlights as well. Nicole Richie has very beautifully gone for bob haircut and this color. Mixing creame buttery shade is giving a bold as well as stylish look.
Rusted Copper, Rihanna
Hair color looks fabulous when it is matched up with the skin tone. We the Indian Beauties are awarded with beautiful complexions and thus copper is something which is said to be the most suitable hair color for Indian Beauties.
From fair to very dark, copper will always add stars in your account. This rusted copper color beautifully portrayed by Rihanna is something which you can ask from your Salon Lady and can spread fire.
Bardot Highlights, Georgia May Jagger
This hair color can be formed by mixing butter color, and light brown color.
leave the starting two inches from roots and then start colouring it with the mixture of butter and brown.
After it highlight the end with butter colour for shinier look.
Brown Hair with Wine Color Highlights (Mahagony), Cheryl Cole
This is my personal favourite and falls best hair colour. Wine color gives bold and gorgeous look when is teamed with dark jackets and dark color mufflers. The pair of black Leather jacket with this wine hair color is something which was make by god and cannot be denied by anyone on this earth.
Indian beauties are blessed with brown hair tones and thus highlighting with wine is something everyone should go for.
Shimmery Coffee, Jourdan Dunn
This shimmery coffee hair color is available in market. For night parties and with bohemian look, this hair color would go fab. Coffee color go fine without shimmer as well.
For getting shimmery waves, you can try crème butter highlights mixed with brown color and apply on your half highlights. Spray for more shimmer and rock the party.
Blue Streaks, Selena Gomez
Celena Gomez, beauty and heart-throb in youngsters has tried blue highlights and trust me it looks super trendy with Indian skin tones as well. Do not hesitate to try this color. Little highlighting will give you electric confidence and you will be the talk of your town.
Cinnamon Brown, Deepika Padukone
Our very beautiful Deepika is seen flaunting her cinnamon brown locks. This color goes good with fair and wheatish complexion. With dusky complexion this doesn’t match that great. This color is easily available in market in reasonable price.
Have you tried any of these Hair Color Ideas for the Upcoming Fall 2015?
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